There Are Three Reasons The Coming Harvard & UNC Case Decisions Will Not Harm “Affirmative Action” Despite Now Growing Fears

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Last Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court heard (in an extraordinary session) almost five hours of oral argument in back-to-back cases challenging university admission policies relying in part on the race, ethnicity, and national origin of the candidates. (The Justices took only a 10-minute lunch and bio-break between the two cases!)

The two cases separately challenged the undergraduate admissions practices and policies of the University of North Carolina and those of Harvard University as unlawfully discriminatory based on race (Whites as victims) and ethnicity (Asians as victims). You may both listen to the oral arguments and obtain

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